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Does tv rot your mind?
December 06, 2007 12:40AM
No television does not rot your mind. Reaserch from Matthew Genzkow has proven that introducing television at an early age has increased test scores by .02 percent from 1960 to now. Barnabee Walters
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Does tv really rot your brain?
Although almost all research sites you can go to say that it does actually rot your brain, sending "Alpha Rays" to the left side of the brain, etc, etc. What I think is that TV doesn't rot your brain, it just replaces thinking with something that DOESN'T reduce your IQ, but just doesn't build it. So, TV does NOT rot your brain, it just replaces thinking.
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Is rot a proper word?
Yes, rot is a proper word. The word rot is a verb (rot, rots, rotting, rotted): Paper money will rot if you bury it in the ground without moisture protection. The word rot is a noun (uncountable, mass noun): The potatoes show some rot so we should throw them out. Some compound nouns for the noun rot: root rot, dry rot, brown rot, black rot, boll rot, etc. The noun 'rot' is sometimes used as slang for 'nonsense'.